Trump won't commit to FBI interview

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In June 2017, Mr Trump said he would "100%" be interviewed under oath.

Mr Trump has repeatedly denied colluding with Russian Federation during the campaign, and called the entire investigation a "witch hunt".

Mueller's team is likely do everything it can to secure an face-to-face interview, according to Chuck Rosenberg, a former USA attorney who worked for Mueller when he served as Federal Bureau of Investigation director. The job now ahead of Mueller and his team is proving the Trump team colluded with Moscow to influence the election. In the end, much depends on the course Mueller takes and whether the two sides can reach a deal or end up having a lengthy legal fight to decide the issue.

Mr Simpson also said Mr Steele had cut off with the FBI after former agency head announced he was reopening an investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server.

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The president punted to his lawyers to decide what he should do. One way to do that, some believe, would be to have the President respond to questions in some form. "They didn't record", Trump said, before calling it "ridiculious" and a "very serious breach" as well as "collusion".

On Wednesday, Trump provided some public insight into his own thinking. Ms Feinstein told reporters that she didn't tell Grassley beforehand, and "I owe him an apology and I will give him an apology as soon as I see him".

Prosecutors have indicated they will likely seek an interview with Trump, the Washington Post reported. Trump is comfortable participating in an interview and believes it would put to rest questions about whether his campaign coordinated with Russian Federation in the 2016 election, the person added. "We haven't closed any doors", the source said.

If he decides to question Mr Trump, he may opt to do so on paper, through a voluntary investigation, or by issuing him with a subpoena to appear before a jury. "I think it does create some problems, for instance when you're getting people to voluntarily come to you, it may make a lot of people a little more reserved about whether or not they want to cooperate".

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The special counsel has the powers of a United States attorney, meaning he can subpoena records and bring criminal charges. In doing so, the President both underscored his Administration's response strategy - by being forceful and combative - while also undermining it by gleefully entering a debate his aides have tried to avoid.

Still, friends and allies caution Trump should think twice about talking.

"It has been determined that there is no collusion by virtually everybody".

Trump says during a joint news conference with the prime minister of Norway that "we'll see what happens" on whether he'll provide an interview to Mueller's team. "This is obviously a huge tactical issue". I can only say this: There was absolutely no collusion. In other words, Mueller may be laying a trap. I don't intend to have a discussion with the president on that point.

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